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The Saturday Skank returns from July 21.
Andrew Dembina presents a one-hour weekly programme devoted to reggae and ska music. With tunes from Jamaica - naturally - and from all around the world, the series will once again include tracks and news of happenings in Asia – including here in Hong Kong.
The first instalment is all about brand new music – the very freshest of current reggae and ska. Episode two chronicles some older classics from these genres, and rocksteady. From then on, it’s a tuneful mix of new and old to get skanking to from 9pm to 10pm on Saturday nights.
On Monday’s Money Talk, reviewing the latest business and finance headlines, are Alex Wong, Director of Asset Management at Ample Capital and Hao Hong, Head of Research and Chief Strategist of Bocom International. On the phone from Beijing is Brock Silvers, Managing Director of Kaiyuan Capital.
After 8:30, our Monday debate looks at innovation & technology in Hong Kong. Providing their thoughts are Albert Wong, CEO of Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks and Pindar Wong, Member of the Hong Kong government’s Committee on Innovation, Technology and Re-industrialization and Director of the Hong Kong Applied Science and Technology Research Institute.
(Every weekday 8:00-9:00 a.m.; We welcome your questions and comments in these discussions. You can text 6393-5925, email us at email@example.com, or post on our Facebook page Money Talk on RTHK Radio 3 or on Twitter MoneytalkR3)
Join Annalie Chow for a new Saturday morning series – Legally Speaking. Annalie – herself a student of the law – delves into the background of some of Hong Kong’s most contentious current affairs issues, and explains them from the perspective of our legal system. Consumer protection, efforts to combat the trade in endangered species, the high-speed rail co-location plan: all will be examined with the help of expert guests and commentators. The second of the series – on July 21 - looks into the mandatory cooling-off period proposed by the Consumer Council. ( Saturdays 8.30am – 9am.)
The Sunday Escape: This Sunday the Pop Fugitives will be joined in the studio by all the emcees set to perform at Friday's American Rhyme Invasion event. Illspokinn, Earl Feeray Phillips and Pope Adrian Bless will all be popping in for some live, freestyling hip hop action.
Plus Paul has been playing Tempest 4000. Via a quite complicated history, it's an update of the Tempest arcade game from 198, and it's apparently even harder to describe the game itself. Paul will no doubt give it a good try though.
They'll also be choosing their album of the week, playing their favourite new releases, taking a look at what's in the box set and eating biscuits.(Sunday, 9:30am - 1pm)
The end of the Second World War ushered in a long period of ideological confrontation between the former Soviet Union and the West. With global tensions again on the rise, we'll be tracing the history of this decades-long struggle for supremacy, marked by espionage, proxy wars and the ever-present fear of nuclear missiles. Cold War - Stories From the Big Freeze features the voices of those who lived through this dramatic period. This 15-part BBC series continues on Sunday evening at 6.45. In this week's programme, Bridget Kendall tells the forgotten story of the first anti-communist revolt of the Cold War.
Vintage Chart Toppers: we're looking for some summer souvenirs, going for a musically cool dip and we have some cheeky northern rock. Plus, the Canadian Jolson and Albert's Sunshine. (Sunday, 8.30am-9am)
Backchat is on a transmission break from July 9 until August 31. The programme will resume on September 3, with presenter Hugh Chiverton in the chair, accompanied by a series of regular co-hosts. Thanks to our expert guests, and thanks to our listeners and to all of you who contributed your comments and opinions to our discussions. We look forward to more of your emails, Facebook posts and phone calls when we return.
This summer join Peter Lewis for an extended Money Talk, every weekday morning from 8 to 9 on RTHK Radio 3. The 1-hour live show will feature the latest business and financial news, expert analysis from our local and international commentators, special guests, insights from entrepreneurs and company executives, and discussions on hot topics affecting the local business community. Start your day with the most up to date business news, on Money Talk, every weekday morning from 8 to 9 on Radio 3.
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